China's first 110-ton NTE120AT unmanned electric mining truck -- developed by Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co, a Baotou-based mining truck manufacturer -- was successfully launched recently, making China the third country to boast having unmanned mining vehicle technology after the US and Japan.
The truck is equipped with cutting-edge technologies such as intelligent navigation, precise positioning, and safe driving.
Founded in 1988, NHL is now a leading company in the R&D, production and sale of mining trucks. It was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in June 2000. The company is nearing its goal of becoming a leading global mining truck manufacturer, thanks to its 28 years of experience and stable revenue growth.
A 110-ton NTE120AT unmanned electric mining truck developed by Inner Mongolia North Hauler Joint Stock Co, a Baotou-based mine truck manufacturer, is shown off on March 11. [Photo/Baotou Daily]